1866 – 1934
Landing at Cacheé River
10" x 13"


The rough texture of this piece reflects the harshness of the Canadian winter. The dark colour scheme consists of deep greens and greys, conveying the frigidity of the season. The technique is so powerful that it makes the piece bold enough to give the viewer chills. This makes for a desolate, almost sad, atmosphere, and a very moving painting.